|Born||Rebecca Ann Jarvis
December 14, 1981
|Education||University of Chicago|
|Title||Financial journalist, Correspondent for ABC News ABC World News Tonight weekend fill-in anchor and CNN|
|Spouse(s)||Matthew Pierce Hanson (m. 2012)|
Jarvis is a daughter of Gail (née Marks) Jarvis and James T. Jarvis. Her father is a lawyer and business consultant in Chicago. Her mother is The Chicago Tribune’s nationally syndicated financial columnist. Jarvis graduated from St. Paul Academy and Summit School in 1999 and the University of Chicago in 2003, studying economics and Law, Letters, and Society. She studied international economics and business in Paris at Sciences Po and Paris Dauphine University.
Jarvis was one of Teen People's "20 Teens Who Will Change the World" in February 2000. She was honored for raising over $750,000 for her own non-profit children's charity - a project that also involved Al Gore and Colin Powell, which she set up at 15. She was also awarded a "Point of Light" for her advocacy of disenfranchised children and teens. During high school, Jarvis worked with the "National Youth Leadership Council" on their Youth Project Team, getting one of the few interviews granted by then Secretary of State Colin Powell while serving as an NYLC Youth Reporter at National Youth Summits.
On the second week of The Apprentice 4, she broke her ankle while playing hockey as a task-winning reward. She was on crutches for the rest of the competition, which took 39 days to tape in the spring of 2005, but was fully able to walk by the time of the live season finale seven months later. On the season finale of the Apprentice, Randal Pinkett was hired instead of her. Donald Trump asked Randal if he should hire Rebecca as well and Randal replied that there should only be one Apprentice, and Trump let Randal's decision stand.
Jarvis has worked in both investment banking and foreign currency trading, but left financial services to pursue a career in journalism. She’s written for publications ranging from Crain’s Chicago Business to Business 2.0 and is currently a governor on the board of the Society of American Business Editors and Writers.
On March 7, 2006, the business news channel CNBC announced it would be hiring Jarvis as an associate reporter for the network. She was a general assignment reporter, based at CNBC’s world headquarters and covered NASDAQ and the NYMEX. She last appeared on CNBC on September 18, 2009, and on October 21, 2009 TVNewser quoted CNBC spokesman Brian Steel as confirming that "Rebecca is no longer with CNBC, and we wish her the best." 
Jarvis joined CBS News, primarily as a financial reporter, starting on April 1, 2010, and later became the co-anchor of CBS This Morning Saturday, as well as Business and Economics Correspondent for CBS News. On the March 30, 2013, broadcast of CBS This Morning Saturday, she announced that she was leaving CBS News, but did not say where she was going. On April 2, it was announced she was joining ABC News later that month.
Jarvis married Matthew Hanson on January 28, 2012 at McNamara Alumni Center in Minnesota. They both are graduates of University of Chicago and worked together at Banc of America Securities in Chicago. She was proposed to on LaSalle Street in Chicago in December 2010. Rabbi Barry Axler officiated the ceremony with the bridegroom’s father, the Rev. Craig Hanson, the lead pastor at Roseville Lutheran Church in Roseville, Minnesota, taking part.
- New York Times: Weddings "Rebecca Jarvis and Matthew Hanson" January 29, 2012
- "Former NYLC Youth Project Team Member Is Finalist on "The Apprentice"". National Youth Leadership Council. Archived from the original on 23 March 2012. Retrieved 23 November 2015.
- Former TEEN PEOPLE Honoree Nearly Snatches an Apprentice Win" by Tia Brown, TeenPeople.com, December 16, 2005
- Rebecca Jarvis joins CNBC NBC, March 7, 2006
- Rebecca Jarvis Leaves CNBC TVNewser, October 21, 2009
- Rebecca Jarvis News Anchor, "The Early Show on Saturday;" Business and Economics Correspondent CBS News, 2010
- Rebecca Jarvis Joining ABC News, ABC New, April 2, 2013